Newfound Press Publishes 17th c. German Picaresque Novels

The University of Tennessee Libraries’ Newfound Press has published English language editions of two works from the 17th century picaresque novels of Hans Jacob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen. The Wondrous Bird’s Nest I, translated from the German by Robert L. Hiller and John C. Osborne, is an adaptation of the 1672 Das wunderbarliche Vogelsnest. The Wondrous … Continued

SOUTHERN MANUSCRIPT SERMONS BEFORE 1800 available in both book and database form

Scholars of colonial America have a new tool for researching religious thought in the Southern colonies. Southern Manuscript Sermons before 1800: A Bibliography, edited by Michael A. Lofaro, is now available in both book and database form. Newfound Press has published the bibliography as a book, available at newfoundpress.utk.edu for online viewing or for print-on-demand. … Continued

An Online Guide to Cataloging Remote Access Multimedia

Newfound Press has published an online guide to help librarians provide access to the many forms of information available over the internet. Librarians follow a complex set of standards to describe and link to remotely available resources. The Streaming Guide to Cataloging Remote Access Multimedia: A How-to Virtual Manual for Catalogers, by Marielle Veve, provides … Continued

Cormac McCarthy scholar to speak on April 7 & 8 in Knoxville

Author Christopher J. Walsh will discuss publishing with a digital press and his recent book, In the Wake of the Sun: Navigating the Southern Works of Cormac McCarthy, on Wednesday and Thursday, April 7 and 8. Published online by the University of Tennessee Libraries Newfound Press, Walsh’s book offers close textual analysis of all McCarthy’s … Continued

Newfound Press publishes Arthur Vidich Autobiography

The UT Libraries’ online imprint, Newfound Press, has just published the autobiography of internationally renowned sociologist Arthur Vidich. Arthur J. Vidich (1922-2006) was an active researcher and teacher whose career spanned the second half of the twentieth century. With a Critical Eye: An Intellectual and His Times recounts Vidich’s career in the wider cultural context … Continued

From Web to Page: University Libraries and UT Press Partner in Print-on-Demand Service

The University of Tennessee Libraries Newfound Press and the University of Tennessee Press are partners in producing print-on-demand copies of online books. Newfound Press expands access to specialized works by publishing online books, journals, and multimedia for general and scholarly audiences. All Newfound Press publications are open access, freely available to anyone via the internet. … Continued

Introducing Volopedia

Our brand-new online encyclopedia of UT history and traditions is now searchable!

Proposed development of University of Tennessee campus